Legal Articles, Products Liability

What You Need To Know About Slip and Fall Cases

Slip and fall accidents can cause severe injuries. Filing an accurate claim is essential to receiving compensation for your losses in an accident. Receiving compensation can be very helpful to manage basic expenses due to the injury.

Help! I’ve Been In A Car Crash! What Now? – The First 24 Hours

We cover the most pressing questions people have immediately following a collision, including the information-gathering process, police and incident reports, what to do about the other person's insurance, at-the-scene documentation, and if and when you need to call the police.

Personal injury claims against Rhode Island cities and towns

Rhode Island has special rules that govern lawsuits against cities and towns including those for personal injuries. Rhode Island General Law § 45-15 governs all types actions against cities and towns.

TREATMENT TOOL

Olympus Corporation manufactures camera and audio equipment, including digital cameras, lenses, binoculars and digital audio recorders. Olympus also offers solutions for the medical and life sciences industries with their endoscopes, microscopes, fiberscopes, rigidscopes and flaw detectors.

The Dangers of Electrical Injury or Electrocution

While electrical injuries may seem like an extremely small risk, electrical injuries are a real thing in the United States. This article covers major types of electrical accidents and safety tips.

Curd, Galindo & Smith, LLP announce that the Brothers of a Burn Victim have Sued a Mobile Home Park Owner for the Death of their Sister

Curd, Galindo & Smith, LLP announces that a Burn Victim Died After a 65 Day Fight for Her Life and Brothers Sued Landowners.

Types of Products Subject to a Product Liability Claim

Lists the type of products typically reviewed for a product liability claim

What is Comparative Fault?

An explanation of Wisconsin law on contributory negligence.

Evaluating a Personal Injury Case

This article explains some of the factors a personal injury attorney considers in a case.

You Have the Right to Refuse to Enter Dangerous Confined Spaces

Workers cannot be forced to enter dangerous confined spaces.

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